This is it! The weekend that you've waited all year long for. This Saturday, hundreds of our neighbors will be selling their treasures at Idaho's Largest Garage Sale. What will you find?

Idaho's Largest Garage Sale is celebrating its 11th annual event at Expo Idaho. The event has grown to welcome upwards of 15,000 guests for a day of community interaction, finding deals on local treasures, and selling possessions.

You can find everything from custom-made art and woodwork to fruit and vegetable plants, to Coca-Cola products and one-of-a-kind pieces of Idaho history. Naturally, you can also find some new patio furniture or a dining room table. There are thousands of items to browse through!

In year's past, we've seen people score amazing deals on golf clubs, bags, and pressure washers for up to 1/5th of the going rate online. You can find some amazing bargains if you make sure to browse all spaces and do a good job negotiating.

One of the highlights from this year's event is our special guest, Chumlee from History Channel's Pawn Stars. Chumlee will be hosting a free meet-and-greet (with your paid admission) from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. within Idaho's Largest Garage Sale. Grab a selfie, score an autograph and utilize some quality conversation time!

Idaho's Largest Garage Sale is open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. this Saturday, May 19th at  Expo Idaho. Wondering what you can expect? You can browse pictures from last year's event here.

Don’t forget to stop by the Mix 106 Booth as you enter Expo Idaho to win free Boise Music Festival tickets and also get a free Mix 106 tattoo compliments our friends from Toppers and Tats.  You can also sign up to win a free Boise Music Festival Prize package:

  • Four Tickets to the Boise Music Festival
  • Four all-day carnival wristbands
  • Four Coors Light Cool Zone passes
  • Amazon Echo Dot

Admission is $3 for 15 and under, and $5 for guests 16 and over.


For more information on what you can expect at the 2018 Idaho’s Largest Garage sale just click HERE. 

See you on May 19th!


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